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“If you think you are too small to make a difference, try sleeping with a mosquito.”
The Dalai Lama

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The client is experiencing firsthand the feeling of being in the present moment while they are being induced into a hypnotic trance state. And it is during this hypnotic state that we help the person to change those things that they have wanted to change for their own sake by giving them the positive suggestions needed for their changes to take place.
Of course it also helps if a person makes a daily relaxing practice of focusing your attention on the present moment in the little common things we do and see and feel every day. Taking the time to truly taste, smell, feel, hear, and see those small things like eating, drinking, showering, driving, walking, running and on and on…really take the time to notice the collateral beauty you might say every moment of every day.
Enjoy every single 'present' moment this summer!

Reposted Ken Keegans's post.

If you are looking for vitamin E from sources other than nuts, seeds, fish, or vegetable oils, fresh vegetables are a good bet. After all, you may not always want a fishy meal like abalone or sardines or may be looking for a lighter, less calorific means to the vitamin than oil or nuts. Here’s a look at some of the best vegetable sources of vitamin E and how you can incorporate them into your diet.

Antioxidant Vitamin E Plays A Role In Overall Health

You need vitamin E to keep some basic muscle and nerve function going. Which is why a deficiency of the nutrient can cause you to lose sensation in the arms and legs or lead to muscle weakness in general. This antioxidant vitamin helps fight oxidative stress – a problem that’s been linked to everything from heart problems and eye problems/macular degeneration to graying of hair, wrinkle formation, and other signs of aging. Equally important, it seems to play a role in immune function and may help protect you from having long or frequent bouts of illness.1

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Reposted Sarah Reilly's post.
I've been in the hospital.
 
***
 
So I missed a pattern this past week. For those of you that have experienced coaching - you'll know what I mean. 
A piece of childhood coding that was in a blindspot, steered me towards an undesirable outcome this week so that I could truly feel the impact of my old beliefs and finally release yet another that was holding me back.
 
A week ago, I came up in full body inflammation. Swelling, itching... I looked like I had severe chemical burns. The lumps, swelling and redness were migrating around my body by the hour, causing strange patterns, bruising, and limiting my mobility. 
I didn't think much of it because that was my reality for most of last year, until I realised I had quite a severe gluten allergy.
I assumed some of my food had been contaminated, popped an antihistamine and carried on with my work week.
 
But it didn't let up.
 
By Friday morning my occipital lymph nodes were so swollen I could barely turn my head. Parts of me were turning purple. I was being woken every morning at 4am on the dot with my skin on FIRE. 
Anywhere pressure was placed immediately swelled into hard lumps - some of the oedema was easily 2 inches deep. 
My housemate was practically apoplectic with rage at my blasé attitude - she had been hospitalised as a teen with the same thing because apparently it leads to anaphylactic shock. She almost died... And I wouldn't even take an hour to go to the GP.
 
'It's just shock' I laughed - my coaching business was super profitable last year and tax time is here. 'I'm just reeling from how much I'll be sending to the govt. in a few weeks.'
 
Writing this now... I am almost speechless at how cavalier I was with my health last week. 
 
I finally went to a GP yesterday morning, who unsurprisingly, sent me immediately to the emergency dept. at the hospital with a referral letter for an immunologist and a cortisone shot. (Incidentally, I received neither and am still in pain, but that's another story and not the point of this post.)
 
While I was in the waiting room, nursing a bruised arm from a comically bad multiple-attempt canula-insertion, my subconscious threw up an unpleasant memory. (Coding appears regularly now, because I've been doing my deprogramming work for so long.)
 
It was a picture of me, face down in the foetal position on the lounge room floor. I was 13, and I was literally screaming in pain. I had (probably - it was never treated) salmonella poisoning. I was unable to walk for 3 weeks and had likely been crawling to the bathroom when the pain hit. 
In between screams I could hear my mother and grandmother standing over me, discussing what to do.
 
"It might be a blockage."
"She probably needs an ambulance."
"Yeah but it's $75 now."
"Let's just see what happens."
 
I learned something important in that moment. 
 
Sarah doesn't get treatment. Sarah doesn't warrant help. Sarah isn't cared for.
 
Many of these things I already knew... But in that moment, screaming into the carpet in the worst pain of my life... Those truths were burned into my hollow, shaking little body.
 
They went in so securely, that the following year, when I split a bone so badly another bone slid down inside the vertical break, when I was told I wouldn't be taken to the hospital, I didn't even question it. I just strapped my hand up and carried on. 
I was eventually taken to a Dr, because I couldn't do most of my chores. He took out a protractor and measured the angle - "You have a 40 degree bend in this finger!" He exclaimed, and sent me straight for emergency surgery. On the way to the hospital, Grandad said it 'probably wasn't even broken' and that I was 'being a wuss'.
 
And last week, when my body was screaming in pain, what did I do? 
 
I followed the rules.
 
I laughed it off. I dismissed the idea of assistance. I kept working. I made jokes about using my hairbrush to reach hard-to-itch-while-still-in-bed areas, like the backs of my knees. 
 
This is why I say to clients:
"The problem isn't that you had a bad parent... The problem is that you ARE a bad parent."
 
It's not what they did to you then, that's messing up your life. It's the fact that you're copying them. 
You're abiding by the same rules. You're following the same protocol.
You're acting as though the way they did it, is the way it IS. 
 
When that coding was revealed to me in the waiting room I wanted to cry, but it seemed inappropriate given the level of suffering around me. So I just sat, watery-eyed, and stared into space until they called my name. 
I cried this morning though. I cried for the little girl who was left screaming on the floor.. and for the adult that I still, sometimes, leave screaming on the floor. 
 
But I made myself a promise, too.
 
That piece of coding is done now. 
 
Next time I need a Dr, I will fucking get one. 
 
And I hope the next time you need something, you fucking get it, too.
 
 
All my love,
Sarah
I've been in the hospital.
 
***
 
So I missed a pattern this past week. For those of you that have experienced coaching - you'll know what I mean. 
A piece of childhood coding that was in a blindspot, steered me towards an undesirable outcome this week so that I could truly feel the impact of my old beliefs and finally release yet another that was holding me back.
 
A week ago, I came up in full body inflammation. Swelling, itching... I looked like I had severe chemical burns. The lumps, swelling and redness were migrating around my body by the hour, causing strange patterns, bruising, and limiting my mobility. 
I didn't think much of it because that was my reality for most of last year, until I realised I had quite a severe gluten allergy.
I assumed some of my food had been contaminated, popped an antihistamine and carried on with my work week.
 
But it didn't let up.
 
By Friday morning my occipital lymph nodes were so swollen I could barely turn my head. Parts of me were turning purple. I was being woken every morning at 4am on the dot with my skin on FIRE. 
Anywhere pressure was placed immediately swelled into hard lumps - some of the oedema was easily 2 inches deep. 
My housemate was practically apoplectic with rage at my blasé attitude - she had been hospitalised as a teen with the same thing because apparently it leads to anaphylactic shock. She almost died... And I wouldn't even take an hour to go to the GP.
 
'It's just shock' I laughed - my coaching business was super profitable last year and tax time is here. 'I'm just reeling from how much I'll be sending to the govt. in a few weeks.'
 
Writing this now... I am almost speechless at how cavalier I was with my health last week. 
 
I finally went to a GP yesterday morning, who unsurprisingly, sent me immediately to the emergency dept. at the hospital with a referral letter for an immunologist and a cortisone shot. (Incidentally, I received neither and am still in pain, but that's another story and not the point of this post.)
 
While I was in the waiting room, nursing a bruised arm from a comically bad multiple-attempt canula-insertion, my subconscious threw up an unpleasant memory. (Coding appears regularly now, because I've been doing my deprogramming work for so long.)
 
It was a picture of me, face down in the foetal position on the lounge room floor. I was 13, and I was literally screaming in pain. I had (probably - it was never treated) salmonella poisoning. I was unable to walk for 3 weeks and had likely been crawling to the bathroom when the pain hit. 
In between screams I could hear my mother and grandmother standing over me, discussing what to do.
 
"It might be a blockage."
"She probably needs an ambulance."
"Yeah but it's $75 now."
"Let's just see what happens."
 
I learned something important in that moment. 
 
Sarah doesn't get treatment. Sarah doesn't warrant help. Sarah isn't cared for.
 
Many of these things I already knew... But in that moment, screaming into the carpet in the worst pain of my life... Those truths were burned into my hollow, shaking little body.
 
They went in so securely, that the following year, when I split a bone so badly another bone slid down inside the vertical break, when I was told I wouldn't be taken to the hospital, I didn't even question it. I just strapped my hand up and carried on. 
I was eventually taken to a Dr, because I couldn't do most of my chores. He took out a protractor and measured the angle - "You have a 40 degree bend in this finger!" He exclaimed, and sent me straight for emergency surgery. On the way to the hospital, Grandad said it 'probably wasn't even broken' and that I was 'being a wuss'.
 
And last week, when my body was screaming in pain, what did I do? 
 
I followed the rules.
 
I laughed it off. I dismissed the idea of assistance. I kept working. I made jokes about using my hairbrush to reach hard-to-itch-while-still-in-bed areas, like the backs of my knees. 
 
This is why I say to clients:
"The problem isn't that you had a bad parent... The problem is that you ARE a bad parent."
 
It's not what they did to you then, that's messing up your life. It's the fact that you're copying them. 
You're abiding by the same rules. You're following the same protocol.
You're acting as though the way they did it, is the way it IS. 
 
When that coding was revealed to me in the waiting room I wanted to cry, but it seemed inappropriate given the level of suffering around me. So I just sat, watery-eyed, and stared into space until they called my name. 
I cried this morning though. I cried for the little girl who was left screaming on the floor.. and for the adult that I still, sometimes, leave screaming on the floor. 
 
But I made myself a promise, too.
 
That piece of coding is done now. 
 
Next time I need a Dr, I will fucking get one. 
 
And I hope the next time you need something, you fucking get it, too.
 
 
All my love,
Sarah

If you are looking for vitamin E from sources other than nuts, seeds, fish, or vegetable oils, fresh vegetables are a good bet. After all, you may not always want a fishy meal like abalone or sardines or may be looking for a lighter, less calorific means to the vitamin than oil or nuts. Here’s a look at some of the best vegetable sources of vitamin E and how you can incorporate them into your diet.

Antioxidant Vitamin E Plays A Role In Overall Health

You need vitamin E to keep some basic muscle and nerve function going. Which is why a deficiency of the nutrient can cause you to lose sensation in the arms and legs or lead to muscle weakness in general. This antioxidant vitamin helps fight oxidative stress – a problem that’s been linked to everything from heart problems and eye problems/macular degeneration to graying of hair, wrinkle formation, and other signs of aging. Equally important, it seems to play a role in immune function and may help protect you from having long or frequent bouts of illness.1

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🚨TODAY is the day!!!! 🚨Part 2️⃣ of my ebook is now ready!!! “Self-care during Difficult Times” dives deeper into healing even when it seems like there is no way out. This is the BEST time to do inner work and gain a different perspective. I drop gems on how to really “work on me” or “focus on myself”. This is a book you don’t want to miss out on!

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Main Building

MAIN FLOOR

3pc Bath: 7'5" x 7'1"  | 53 sq ft 
Kitchen: 12'1" x 13'6"  | 163 sq ft 
Lobby: 14'8" x 19'5"  | 280 sq ft 
Office: 10'9" x 20'3"  | 218 sq ft 
Office: 10'8" x 20'3"  | 216 sq ft 
Reception: 7'11" x 12'7"  | 100 sq ft 

2ND FLOOR

4pc Bath: 7'1" x 9'5"  | 53 sq ft 
Office: 10'9" x 9'2"  | 98 sq ft 
Office: 10'7" x 10'11"  | 115 sq ft 
Office: 10'9" x 8'9"  | 95 sq ft 
Office: 10'8" x 10'6"  | 112 sq ft 
Storage: 4'8" x 10'3"  | 48 sq ft 
Note: Only major rooms are listed. Some listed rooms may be excluded from total interior floor area (e.g. garage). Room dimensions are largest length and width; parts of room may be smaller. Room area is not always equal to product of length and width.

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Main Building

 

MAIN FLOOR 

Interior Area: 1322 sq ft
Perimeter Wall Length: 171 ft
Perimeter Wall Thickness: 10 in
Exterior Area: 1464 sq ft

2ND FLOOR 

Interior Area: 736 sq ft
Perimeter Wall Length: 128 ft
Perimeter Wall Thickness: 10 in
Exterior Area: 843 sq ft

Total Above Grade Floor Area

 
Main Building Interior: 2058 sq ft
Main Building Exterior: 2307 sq ft

People seeking change in their lives tend to think that "change" is the result of some big decision.

"I need to move cities!"

"I need to change careers!"

"I need to start a huge project!"

And while all those things can be beneficial, it's the small stuff that ends up bringing about the biggest change.

1. Learn To Cook A Healthy Morning Breakfast

When did cooking get the bad reputation of being "difficult?" It's no more "difficult" than anything else in life--it just takes a bit of learning. For 10 minutes every morning, search on YouTube or Google something for breakfast you want to learn how to make--and then follow the instructions and make it. 10 minutes a day, 7 days a week, that's a little over an hour of practice per week. Add that up over a month, 3 months, a year, and you'll not only be a much better chef, but you'll be setting a better foundation for yourself each morning: Learning something new, and eating some healthy.

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Do you know what the number one key to relationship success is?
 
Partner selection.
 
I know - anticlimactic, huh... Bet you were hoping it was some digital dealy you could buy online and maybe stick to the face of whoever you're currently dating...
 
But it's not. It's all in who you choose.
 
If you choose someone with misaligned values, or someone that is a trauma-bond rather than a soul-mate... you're going to have issues.
 
Similar situation with coaches.
 
I'm not a good match for most people, because I'm what's known as an 'amp'.
I can 'blow up' whatever will work to a level you've never seen or heard of before...
 
BUT...
 
Anything unstable, unsustainable or toxic won't survive the energy.
 
Shitty friendships don't survive my coaching containers.
Toxic relationships don't survive my coaching containers.
Old programming doesn't survive my coaching containers. 
Out of date coding doesn't survive my coaching containers.
Trauma bonds don't survive my coaching containers.
Inaccurate, limiting beliefs don't survive my coaching containers.
 
As many of you know, I rent space in a wellness centre in Sydney's inner west, so I have plenty of foot traffic past my office door. 
People see the sign that lists my services and frequently stop me to ask what words like 'subconscious reprogramming', and 'strategic intervention' mean.
 
Yesterday a lady in the waiting room told me she was afraid to do her deep work because she expected a lot of the people in her life wouldn't like the real her. She believed that if she processed and released the coping mechanisms that kept her tied to the current frequency, then she would be alone. 
 
I said to her - 'I can't promise any of your relationships would survive coaching, because I don't know how many of them are trauma-bonds, and how many are just you settling for what you think you can get, rather than what you are actually capable of receiving... But what I can tell you is that if you're not ready for a totally new projected reality, I am not the coach you should hire.'
 
Unfortunately, a lot of people I know are still hiring (and dating) based on what they think they can get, rather than what they actually want. 
 
If you hire a coach that is within your current comfort zone (e.g. a price point that doesn't affect you, abilities that don't make you nervous etc), you've moved sideways, rather than up. 
You've hired within your *current* perceived identity, rather than the version of you that you're trying to create.
Given that your manifestations are the product of who you're being, moving from who you are currently will just produce more of the same.
 
Thus, if you want to create something bigger, newer, bolder... MORE...
You are going to have to move differently.
 
What big decisions are you being called to make this week?
And have your decisions of late been aligned with what you can see right now, or what you want to see....
 
 
Forever in your corner,
Sarah xo
 

You can never get back time and your peace is priceless ✨ Value both as if your life depends on it♥️. Comment “Peace” if you agree

Many people don’t know this, but there are numerous types of meditation. To find out which type of meditation suits you best, read on!

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The ancient treatment promises deep relaxation and internal healing through pressure-focused foot massages.

Reflexology—you see it on almost every spa menu, from the refreshingly affordable, no-frills massage joints to the decadent day spas you might hit up on vacation. From the outside it looks like your run-of-the-mill foot massage. (Not a bad thing when you work on your feet all day!) But one look at that mesmerizing foot chart every reflexologist has hanging in their office and you begin to understand that the objective of this therapy is to do a whole lot more than just open up your arches.

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My ebook is a life changer! It’s about starting a new journey by setting boundaries, healing, and protecting your peace. It’s appropriate for ALL ages from all walks of life❣️ 
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Allow me to reintroduce myself to my new and old followers. My name is Deneisha AKA Holistic Neish. I am a Holistic Wellness and Life Coach. I work with teens and young adults to become a better version of themselves.
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What does that mean? My passion is teaching clients to unlock their true potential and live a life that they LOVE living. If you are ready to increase your alignment and clarity in areas of mental and emotional wellness, goal setting, meditation, positive thinking, stress-life balance, healthier lifestyle education, and to achieve your next level of success, Gifted and Aligned has coaching programs to help you get there.

This list includes plants that are tasty and nutritious, as well as plants that offer true medicinal benefits for common health issues such as sunburn, coughs, colds, indigestion and more.

People have been using herbs to flavor dishes for ages. Science shows us that these plants not only offer tasteful benefits but nutritional and medicinal benefits as well. While many of these medicinal plants are available to buy in their dried format stores, many of them can be easily grown in your home or garden as well.

In general, medicinal herbs are easily grown in your own garden without a lot of effort. In addition to the health benefits you reap from consuming these plants, you will also enjoy the benefit of exercise and sun while spending time in your garden.

Consider what your needs are and what type of garden you may like. Are you looking to grow a culinary garden to enhance your meals, or perhaps a tea or medicinal plant garden? Perhaps you are limited with outdoor space or prefer indoor plants. The decision will help you to determine plant and garden placement and will make planning your garden a little easier.

Whatever you decide, there are numerous delicious and healthful options to choose from. This list includes plants that are tasty and nutritious, as well as plants that offer true medicinal benefits for common health issues such as sunburn, coughs, colds, indigestion and more.

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Every year between June 20 and June 21, the Earth tilts its closest to the Sun, marking the first day of summer and the longest day of the year in the Northern Hemisphere. This year's summer solstice falls at 5:44 p.m. EDT on June 20. Here are a few ways that astrology and the solstice overlap and some history about the rituals of the summer solstice:

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Natural Ways To Beat Tiredness For Good


It's almost guaranteed that from time we start to feel a little dragged down by our daily lives and responsibilities. Sometimes it just creeps up on you and it can be oh so easy to just grab a caffeine based pick me up to get you through that tough morning.

Fatigue is a difficult thing to manage, as it is such a vague symptom or condition. There’s physical fatigue, emotional fatigue, fatigue as a symptom or as a disease in and of itself.

So to help put the tiredness to bed, we've got 5 of our favourite natural remedies below for you take a read through and see if something works for you.

1) Try Out Potato Water

While this might not sound like the most pleasant remedy in the world, its actually a fantastic way of creating a potassium rich drink that really kicks the feeling of tiredness into touch.

Without enough potassium, our muscles and nervous system wouldn't work half as well. By trying out this remedy, you are bound to give your body multiple benefits from one drink!

 

2) Go For Ginseng!

Ginseng is one of the most widely recognised medicinal plants out there, and has been used to improve our health for thousands years. Increasing research shows its value in relieving fatigue (when not due to any underlying conditions).

Mix a teaspoon of dried ginseng powder with water, for a morning pick-me-up

3) Love Some Licorice

Licorice can be very much love or hate with most people, so skip this one out if the taste isn't for you! Licorice root is a herb that contains glycyrrhizin but also contains cortisol. Which, when balanced, both assist in beating fatigue.

The best way to get this super star into your system is to mix 1 tablespoon of dried licorice root with a cup of water and some honey/lemon to adjust the taste slightly.

 

4) Shake It Up With Spinach

Spinach has long been acknowledged as a super food; packing in vitamins and minerals, it's not just Popeye who can benefit from a daily dose. High in iron, Spinach supports our red blood cells, increasing energy and help to fight anaemia.

As well as helping you power through your day, spinach can support muscle recovery during and after workouts.

Being ultra-versatile, you can mix spinach into almost anything, including smoothies and salads. If you are in a rush, you can even eat it raw!

5) Dive In For Dandelion & Nettle Tea

These two natural beauties count towards your tea intake of iron. Luckily you don't have to go out and pick you own ingredients as you can often find ready made tea in popular health stores. However, watch out for the bitterness and have some honey on hand to soften the taste. 

Fatigue is a tough one to crack because you once your are fatigued you have to become committed to solving the problem. This is, of course, made all the more difficult by the fact that you’re bordering on exhausted all the time.  there are two halves to the battle, and the latter-actually getting around said obstacle-is usually the hardest.

Stick with it!

Lisa Chilvers is a Registered Holistic Nutritionist, Natural Health Specialist, Rehabilitation Coach and Wellness Speaker.

Lisa brings to the TRIAD clinic a passion for health and nutrition that spans over 11 years of experience in nutritional counselling. Her warm and approachable style demystifies healthy eating and enables patients to develop insight and understanding about their health and the mind-body connection.

Through her own struggles with health, digestive disorders and weight management, she's developed a philosophy of “focusing on intuitive eating”, which has enhanced the health of hundreds of clients throughout Ontario.

Lisa's primary nutritional experience is focused on patients at risk or diagnosed with IBS, cardio-vascular disease, high blood pressure, insulin resistance and type 2 diabetes. She was the dietary support for the ELIOT study (Effect of Liraglutide in Obesity Treatment). We believe her involvement was responsible for our site having the patient with the largest weight loss in the entire Canadian study.

It’s empowering to know the body is not the enemy, it wants to improve and it wants to heal.

Learn more about the Triad Weight Loss Clinic here.

The world is changing.
 
If you are someone who conflated your environment and the landmarks / components therein (e.g. your job, your home, your spouse, your routine) with your safety, this is no doubt a challenging time.
 
Societal structures are being corrected to include the rights and validity of all.. Not just straight, white people.
 
Unsustainable work structures are collapsing so that new, generative, wellbeing-focussed options can take their place.
 
My interactions today reminded me of a favourite zen proverb: 'Let go or be dragged.'
 
Ultimately, what is cruel, unsustainable, environmentally destructive and unjust will be worked out of the system, because it is all indicative of a lower level of consciousness.
 
As we learn and grow, as we move more pain out of the shadow and into the light, as we expose more of what is in our blindspots... We are confronted with how much of our world is not intention but coping mechanism. How much is not thriving, but strategy. How much is not love, but manipulation. How much is not perspective, but panic.
 
And it's all on its way out.
 
If you had confused any of those structures with the cornerstones of your safety... If you are holding onto the belief that your ability to understand and control your world is at the core of your survival... This shift is going to hurt.
 
But the answer is not to go backwards. The answer is not to reject progress. The answer is not to resist the change.
 
The answer is to remember who you are.
The answer is to take back the power you placed in your projections.
The answer is to expand the parameters of your thinking, your perceived identity, and the rules you created for a different time.
 
You can't relieve the pain by scrambling to exert control over the machine...
You can only disable the engine.
 
The pain is within you because the pain is coming from you.
 
If you're ready to see beyond it, I'll be taking more coaching clients from July.
Sarahreillycoaching.com to apply.
 

Sip This Sweet Turmeric Elixir 30 Minutes Before You Eat To Massively Boost Digestion... Kate O’Donnell’s new book, Everyday Ayurveda Cooking for a Calm, Clear Mind: 100 Simple Sattvic Recipes, is filled with ancient ayurvedic wisdom, updated to make sense for everyday modern life, but this trick is one of our favorites. According to O’Donnell, in India, “this digestive is used 30 minutes before a meal to improve your appetite or following a meal to reduce indigestion and bloating,” she says. “Be sure to make it fresh for the medicinal benefit.” The traditional use is backed up by Western medicine—turmeric is a potent anti-inflammatory, while ginger soothes the stomach, and yogurt is packed with probiotics that aid in processing your food. The fact that it tastes like a milkshake is only a bonus! https://buff.ly/2zBkb2u

MARTYN CHILVERS M.D. 

Dr.Martyn Chilvers is the Medical Director of the Triad Weight Loss Clinic and a highly respected medical practitioner who has helped patients lose weight for over 31 years.

Dr.Chilvers retired from general medical practice in 2015 and now restricts his practice to healthy weight loss medicine. A graduate from the University of Western Ontario Medical school in 1981,Dr.Chilvers has enjoyed caring for patients in Lambton county since that time.

He also served as director of the Sarnia Institute of Clinical Research from it’s founding until July, 2015 when he resigned this position.

Dr.Martyn Chilvers was the Principle Investigator for the ELIOT study (Effect of Liraglutide in Obesity Treatment) and has considerable experience in using liraglutide (the medication in Saxenda) which is the primary medication used at the TRIAD clinic.

Learn more about the Triad Weight Loss Clinic here.

Reposted Ken Keegans's post.

What are the health benefits of oranges or organic orange juice? If you’re like most people, you first think of the vitamin C. There’s no doubt, vitamin C is good for you and plays an important role in boosting immune function. That’s precisely why many people reach for oranges during cold season or when they get the first inkling of viral symptoms. But, this is only the proverbial iceberg tip when it comes to health benefits of oranges.

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What are the health benefits of oranges or organic orange juice? If you’re like most people, you first think of the vitamin C. There’s no doubt, vitamin C is good for you and plays an important role in boosting immune function. That’s precisely why many people reach for oranges during cold season or when they get the first inkling of viral symptoms. But, this is only the proverbial iceberg tip when it comes to health benefits of oranges.

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